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Jamaican Artistes Snag Four Grammy Nominations

Jamaican Artistes Snag Four Grammy Nominations

Photo above is of Morgan Heritage. This year’s nominees — announced yesterday by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) — are The Cure by Jah Cure, Acousticalevy (Barrington Levy), Zion Awake (Luciano), Strictly Roots (Morgan Heritage), and Branches ...

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Omari Banks Records New Music In Jamaica

Omari Banks Records New Music In Jamaica

Photo above is of Jr. Gong Marley, left, and Omari Banks. Anguilla (MPR Consulting) — Closing out an eventful successful year, soulful singer Omari Banks recently traveled to Jamaica to work on new music with some of the island most talented ...

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Simone Denny: Dance Music Diva Comes Into Her Own

Simone Denny: Dance Music Diva Comes Into Her Own

By Mykella Van Cooten PRIDE Contributing Writer   As her new solo effort was being released, Simone Denny stopped for a few minutes to chat with Pride News Magazine. The Canadian singer of Guyanese parentage, who played Mama in the ...

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Carlene Davis: A ‘Visionary’ Beyond Music

Carlene Davis: A ‘Visionary’ Beyond Music

By Beverly Browne PRIDE Contributing Writer While many people have appreciated the music of Carlene Davis over the years, some might not know that she’s an enterprising businesswoman. Working closely with her husband-manager Tommy Cowan.  The pair could be described as ...

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AKOMA: The Journey Of An Immigrant Told Through Dance

AKOMA: The Journey Of An Immigrant Told Through Dance

Toronto, Ontario – Dance theater production, AKOMA, will make its highly anticipated Toronto premiere at the Betty Oliphant Theatre on October 30. Choreographed, written and directed by critically acclaimed dancer, Esie Mensah, AKOMA: The Journey Into The Heart of Africa ...

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New Novel Juxtaposes ‘Murder And Love’

New Novel Juxtaposes ‘Murder And Love’

Photo above: Rowley Jeffrey (right) after autographing a copy of his book for visiting Grenadian George Robinson, a former national track athlete. Photo by Lincoln Depradine. By Lincoln Depradine PRIDE Contributing Writer The seeds were planted many years ago, miles away ...

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